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NBC
Sep 30, 2012 6:30pm EDT
over baltimore county and hartford and a bit of cecil county but moving out of the city itself. there's a little more to the west, a little bit of shower activity as well. widen the rue of -- view of the radar and you see a small piece of the action, to so to speak, the smaller edge centered over new england. you see the rotation there. to the moisture to the south. that's the next moisture coming in and a lot of tropical moisture. speaking of tropical moisture, a couple years ago, 2010 on this date, record rain at b.w.i. with six inches out of tropical storm nicole and covered in that was a tornado near pasadena. notable date, that's a lot of rain to get in one day. today, 73 was the high. 51 the low early this morning, typical 72 and 52. so just about on target as far as the temperatures are concerned. nowhere near the records, and our temperatures have fallen considerably from us north where the rain fell, 63 at b.w.i. marshall, downtown 64, 67 elkton but 65 at westminister and frederick. that's with the rain. you see the darker green shades. this is where the rain has been falling
NBC
Sep 30, 2012 6:30pm EDT
. >>> a four-car crash and fire on a city street sent three people to the hospital. one of them with serious burns. it happened around 3:00 this morning in the area of d.c. we said that the vehicle collided in the 4800 block of georgia avenue in the northwest sparking the fire. they are releasing few details saying that charges are pending in the driver of the suv involved in that crash. in afghanistan, a deadly milestone today. the number of u.s. service men and women, killed in the war, it reached about 2,000. and the american soldier was among five people killed in an attack this weekend, bringing that number to 2,000. an american contractor as well and three afghan soldiers were also killed in the fire fight. nato says that they don't know if the latest killings are another incident where the afghan security forces turned on the coalition troops. >> they will represent a means by which the enemy will seek to drive a wedge between the colleagues. the fact is that he will not succeed in doing this. our relationships are very strong and they are very effective. >> the so-called green on bl
NBC
Sep 30, 2012 3:30pm PDT
in a key city. nbc's ann curry was inside syria this weekend and is along the border with turkey tonight. >> reporter: lester, good evening, the war in syria has taken a dramatic turn as rebels has launched a massive talk on multiple fronts. just 40 miles from the tur,ish border. this weekend as fighting raged a large part of the treasured marketplace, a world heritage site that dates back to the 14th century was burned to ashes. the army says if they can take the city, they will strike a critical blow to the regime in a war that has killed as many as 30,000 people so far. our news team traveled inside syria this weekend and a rebel commander told us he is frustrated by the power of government warplanes. he told us if the world enforced a no fly zone or gave the free syrian anti-aircraft weapons, this war would be over in two days. many fear this war could become a wider conflict, as many as 700,000 refugees could flee syria by the end of this year. >> ann curry on the syrian boarder. >>> and this was an especially deadly day in iraq, where 76 people were killed and almost 100 injured in
NBC
Oct 1, 2012 5:30pm PDT
sides. the fight is on for aleppo, syria's largest city and one of the world's oldest. the rebels call it a decisive battle. it is also deadly. this weekend the intense combat triggered a massive fire in the city's ancient marketplace. a priceless landmark, reducing much of it to ashes. we made our way in to syria, past scenes of devastation, to the outskirts of aleppo. to meet rebel commander ahmed afaj once a local businessman now driven by the loss of his own brother, killed in combat. he leads more than 2500 rebels. all sunni muslims. and says he is battling shiite militants fighting for the regime, mostly from outside syria. iranian and hezbollah fighters are here in large numbers, he says. when we kill them, we find their i.d. cards. the u.s. has accused iran of meddling in syria. the commander goes farther. he says of the regime, all of the planes they're using, the new ones, are from iran. and, he says, government planes are dropping a new kind of weapon. bombs in barrels, with chemicals, he says, that take out city blocks. a whole family was in here, he says, and an old man. t
NBC
Oct 4, 2012 5:30pm PDT
:00, crime is on the rise across the bay area. one local city is teetering on the edge. is the answer a federal takeover? >>> plus, they're the team everyone's talking about. the oakland as' historic comeback. we'll talk to the man who literally wrote the book on the as, "money ball." >>> good evening, and thanks for joining us, i'm jessica aguirre. >> i'm raj mathai. two of the bay area's three major cities are plagued with problems in their police departments. san jose is searching for a new chief, while tonight in oakland, civil ts
NBC
Sep 28, 2012 7:00pm EDT
and peterson have responded with a barrage of ads of their own. >> we have a demand in the city here. >> reporter: one poll suggests maryland voters are just about evenly split on this question despite the millions of dollars that have been spent on both sides. bruce leshan, 9 news now. >>> a pop warner league's investigating whether or not one of its football teams is paying players for big hits and hurting opponents. this happened in orange county, california. a former assistant coach for the tustin red cobras is saying the kids would be paid up to 20 bucks in bounty money. he supported the story first reported on by the orange county register. parents and players saying that this happened, six out of a team of about 22 confirming that this happened. so there's little doubt -- there's no doubt in my mind that this happened. >> the head coach for the team, however, says none of it ever did happen, but a player on the team said the cash rewards were discussed and that same player says teammates would vote for who should get the money and then claims that he saw the coach hand the mo
NBC
Oct 2, 2012 5:30pm PDT
sound is getting harder to here. newcomers move into the big city and drown out that old draw. >> you can find it much more easily when you go to rural parts of texas, it's still there. but it's not as generally used in the city like austin. >> reporter: at the university of texas, they're studying the slow demise of this slice of southern identity, comparing dialect in recordings made almost 30 years apart. >> i like growing up in the country. when my chores were done, i would ride my horse. >> climb trees or hike, fish or swim. >> reporter: bob hinkle isn't writing the twang's obituary just yet. >> you bear down on them r's a little bit, drop your g's and just slow down and talk to where people can understand you. >> reporter: the 82-year-old taught old hollywood to talk texan. >> sometimes i lean to one side of it, sometimes i lean to the other. >> reporter: stars like paul newman and james dean spent weeks perfecting the twang. >> i'm not complaining. >> reporter: patricia neal even thanked him when she won the 1963 oscar for best actress. >> you look pretty good without your shir
NBC
Sep 28, 2012 5:30pm PDT
from libya's capitol city of tripoli, 400 miles away. a official said that while that is limited, it is more important to question people in libya thought to know about the attack. and he says the process is yielding more valuable information. one other note, peter king, chairman of the house committee, said that ambassador susan rice should resign because of her statement. >>> all right, we want to turn to andrea mitchell, chief foreign correspondent, and andrea how rare is it for the intelligence committee to come out and acknowledge they got it wrong initially, and is it having any effect on the response here? >> reporter: well, first of all it is very, very rare for them to make this type of admission. and politics are clearly in play. the questions are being asked, why did they get it wrong? was it because of a coverup, or was it because they were trying to avoid acknowledging mistakes this close to the election? so there is always a political consequence, and certainly's tonight, the white house is strongly defending susan rice, but she is in the cross-hairs of the politica
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